Minimalist Lifestyle Design
Do you want to have less stuff? A clutter free home? But don't know how to get there? Here how you can do it
Botany of the Sandbelt
Have you wondered what the difference between a sedge or a grass is?
Edible Ecosystems: Introduction to Edible Forest Garden Design
Want to be a designer of edible forest gardens?
Book Binding with native plant Fibres
Learn to bind your own book with native plants.
Native Plants for your Space
Ever wanted to grow your own bush food? Want your own wildflower meadow?Than this is the class for you!
Propagate, Plant, Repeate
How to start a garden without paying for plants? Join this interactive lesson on how to cut, divide and grow seeds.
The Age of Consequencies
Sustainable Living Festival presents this special screening of the latest documentary on Climate Change.
Open House Melbourne 2016
This year's new edition to the St Kilda Open House venues is The Esplanade Vaults.
Renewable energy project powers along with tender release
Port Phillip Council’s street lights and three town halls could be powered by “green” energy following a tender released today to develop a large scale renewable energy plant in regional Australia.
Are you interested in fungi? Would you like to learn more about the different types of mushrooms? Then head to Westgate Park.
2016 Open House Melbourne
Wondering how green can be a heritage building?
Sustainable House Day 2016
House Nominations Now open for Sustainable House Day. Register for open houses.
Native Plant Propagation
How to develop a Native Garden? Sustainable Gardening Australia's Master Class on Native Plant Propagation is now on.
Introduction to Edible Forest Garden Design
12:00–14:30pm on 25 September at SKINC Nursery, Port Melbourne.
SKINC is excited to host this wonderful workshop for the second time, a combination of Permaculture design integrating native plant species. Run by Audrey Josefski Beard, graduate of Dave Jacke's Edible Forest Garden Design Course and market gardener and Lily Aagren from SKINC nursery!
Songlines: The living narrative of our nation for NAIDOC 2016
28 June to 17 July at Gasworks Arts Park in Albert Park.
To celebrate NAIDOC Week 2016, Indigenous artist Joshua Wruu presents powerful and beautiful artworks by artists, including himself, from Art Yarramunua Gallery which is Aboriginal owned and managed. The gallery is located in Acland St, St Kilda, and is committed to ‘Inspired Art. Indigenous Heart.’